Ranji Trophy: Tanmay Agarwal, S Badrinath rescue Hyderabad after Nayar strikes

Updated: Dec 27, 2016, 12:05 IST | PTI |

Tanmay Agarwal and skipper S Badrinath struck half-centuries each to take Hyderabad to 167 for three, still 128 runs adrift of Mumbai's 294, at stumps on Day Two of their Ranji Trophy quarter-final in Raipur


Abhishek Nayar

Raipur: Tanmay Agarwal (63 not out) and skipper S Badrinath (56) struck half-centuries each to take Hyderabad to 167 for three, still 128 runs adrift of Mumbai's 294, at stumps on Day Two of their Ranji Trophy quarter-final clash in Raipur on Saturday.

Tanmay and Badrinath rescued Hyderabad by adding 105 runs together for the third wicket after they were reduced to 30 for two at one stage after Abhishek Nayar (3-26) sent Akshath Reddy and B Anirudh back in consecutive overs.

Nayar added another wicket to his kitty when he saw off Badrinath for a well made 56 off 137 deliveries, which was studded with nine boundaries and a six.

New batsman BP Sandeep played out 64 balls to remain unbeaten on 10. At close of play, Sandeep was giving company to Tanmay, whose unbeaten 63 came from 223 balls that included seven hits to the fence.

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